Just curious...anyone know? This is for the newest model Tacos...and the newest model Frontiers...
They don't a buddy of mine has a 2005 taco and when he pulled my tailgate down he said he was not ready for the weight so I went to go fill his tailgate and it was imo a lot lighterkilago said:Just curious...anyone know? This is for the newest model Tacos...and the newest model Frontiers...
lots of people USE their tailgates for work tables, the wheels of motorcycleskilago said:I wonder what the reasoning behind the heavy tailgate is? Seems like Nissan could've saved some money and materials lightening the tailgate by maybe 50 pounds...
I am disappointed. This is my first truck and between the plastic bed, the paper-thin tailgate and those weak-*** tie down/cleats, I worry about what I can put in it.
I guess worse case scenario, when a friend asks me to help him move, I can always say, "My truck isn't actually a work truck, it just plays one on TV."
I just bought a huge azz wooden swingset for my kids, the four boxes it came in weighed just under 1,000lbs. Had to unload them by myself at home so I just slide them off the tailgate, have a feeling that if I had a Taco a few of those boxes would have deformed it.joef711 said:Be glad it's heavier. Here's a couple threads regarding the 05+ taco's pathetically weak tailgate. This pretty much sealed the deal in my decision to make my next truck the Frontier (I carry motorcycles all the time).
I know you're kidding but we should just leave them alone. :roll:. We don't need any "Who's bigger?, Who's better?" wars to go on between them and us. As we all know this will start the trolling, and I hate forum trolls!! :evil:bwarren228 said:Should we be mean and all post pics on toyotanation w/ a group of people standing on our tailgates? :lol: :lol:
Sure - then they can post pics of how easy it is for them to remove the oil filter. :lol:bwarren228 said:Should we be mean and all post pics on toyotanation w/ a group of people standing on our tailgates? :lol: :lol: